Please see below for current career opportunities at Observational & Pragmatic Research Institute (OPRI).

Research Manager

Our team, based in the UK and Singapore, evaluate real world data across a range of therapeutic areas from existing data sources in Europe, Asia and USA. This provides clients with a better understanding of

Research Project Manager

Our team, based in the UK and Singapore, evaluate real world data across a range of therapeutic areas from existing data sources in Europe, Asia and USA. This provides clients with a better understanding of

Medical Statistician

Does supporting world-class research and improving lives of patients excite you? Our dynamic and internationally recognised research company Observation & Pragmatic Research Institute, (OPRI) is looking for a highly motivated and dynamic member for our

Senior Medical Statistician

Does supporting world-class research and improving lives of patients excite you? Our dynamic and internationally recognised research company Observation & Pragmatic Research Institute, (OPRI) is looking for a highly motivated and dynamic member for our

Medical Writer

We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Medical Writer who is passionate about communicating real world clinical research. In this role, you will be working within the Scientific Communications Team, based either at our

Senior Epidemiologist / Health Outcomes Researcher

Does supporting world-class research and improving lives of patients excite you? Our dynamic and internationally recognised research company Observation & Pragmatic Research Institute, (OPRI) is looking for a highly motivated and dynamic person to fill

Send us your CV

If you are interested in working with us or would like to discuss a potential role please contact Aditi Singh, our HR Administrator, via email (aditi@crs-ltd.org)

A day in the life

One particular day begins with poster training by a member of the Medical Writing team, where we are taught how to make posters from slides for an upcoming conference. Next I prepare for a teleconference in the afternoon to discuss a protocol I have written about the side effects of corticosteroid use in patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. I meet with the Statistician assigned to this study to discuss the Statistical Analysis Plan and I call the Medical Adviser to ask for clarification on a couple of points.

After lunch, I review a study proposal written by another Researcher for one of our academic collaborators on drug prescription patterns in paediatric asthma populations. All Researchers are assigned to review groups to provide internal reviews and aid discussion of new disease areas and study designs. Following the teleconference, I liaise with the Travel Coordinator to organise my upcoming trip to Amsterdam where I plan to meet clients at a respiratory conference. Before switching off for the day, I check my inbox and see the dataset for one of my studies is now available, meaning I can begin data analysis in the morning.

Researcher at OPRI